Tagged: Hyogo

Kobe Nunobiki Harb Gardens, Hyogo

There are lots of places to see Kobe Nunobiki Harb Gardens is Japan’s largest herb garden with 12 theme gardens. About 200 kinds of herbs and flowers are entertaining visitors...

Goshiki-zuka Kofun Tumulus, Hyogo

The end time of the 4th century The ancient tomb “Goshiki-zuka Kofun” is on the heights which overlook Akashi Strait. From the form, it is called the keyhole-shaped mound. It...

Maiko Park, Hyogo

There are a lot of landmark architectures The “Maiko Park” which is on the foot of the Akashi-Kaikyo Ohashi Bridge, in Tarumi-ku, Kobe-shi is the extensive park where the pine...

Kobe Port Tower, Hyogo

Peculiar pipe structure used first in the world The “center pier” which bears a role of the front door of an international harbor city of Kobe. The crimson tower, which...

Sorakuen Garden, Hyogo

The scenery of a Japanese garden Sorakuen Garden is on the north side of Hyogo Prefectural Office of the Kobe-shi, Hyogo prefecture. It is the Japanese garden having been registered...

Takeda-jo Castle Ruins

Japan’s leading ruins of a mountain castle The Takeda-jo Castle Ruins is on the west of Takeda Station, the mountaintop of Kojo-san of 353m above sea level. Tradition says that...